Brazil, August 2004
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Rodrigo and the group at our first dinner in Brazil Andreza and Isabella from Daterra Coffee In the background, the nursery and drying racks at Daterra
The ramp where trucks dump their loads of cherries to be processed Mechanical pickers The cupping and sample room at Daterra
Drum dryers The destoner The huller
Beauty Composted the waste products from coffee processing A robusta/arabica hybrid
Linda, a rep from Daterra, shows us how big the plants are when they are transplanted from nursery to field. Cupping A truckload of waste products from the depulping process
Christine and Linda making the perfect espresso. The kids from the Daterra school sings songs in Portuguese. They say that childhood is a blur--this seems to be especially true for this little girl.
Karen Ceberos from Elan Organics plants an indigenous tree to celebrate the Women in Coffee Program A waterfall on Daterra's property. One of the pickers at Daterra.
A woman screens coffee as she walks through the rows. Christine--noticeably less dusty than the other pickers. Group photo of Daterra pickers.
Blue bike in Araxa. Hopefully there aren't a lot of birds in this tree. Araxa vista.
Lambari Organic Farm A "streep" club in Sao Paulo--hey, don't we know these gals? The finished product--a cafe in Sao Paulo.

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